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    "Espionage is a risky business," a U.S. official briefed on the developments told ABC News, confirming the loss of the unspecified number of spies over the last six months.

    "Many risks lead to wins, but some result in occasional setbacks," the official said.

    Robert Baer, a former senior CIA officer who worked against Hezbollah while stationed in Beirut in the 1980's, said Hezbollah typically executes individuals suspected of or caught spying.

    "If they were genuine spies, spying against Hezbollah, I don't think we'll ever see them again," he said. "These guys are very, very vicious and unforgiving."

    Other current and former officials said the discovery of the two U.S. spy rings occurred separately, but amounted to a setback of significant proportions in efforts to track the activities of the Iranian nuclear program and the intentions of Hezbollah against Israel.

    "Remember, this group was responsible for killing more Americans than any other terrorist group before 9/11," said a U.S. official. Attacks on the U.S. embassy and Marine barracks in Beirut in 1983 killed more than 300 people, including almost 260 Americans.

    The U.S. official, speaking for the record but without attribution, gave grudging credit to the efforts of Iran and Hezbollah to detect and expose U.S. and Israeli espionage.

    "Collecting sensitive information on adversaries who are aggressively trying to uncover spies in their midst will always be fraught with risk," said the U.S. official briefed on the spy ring bust.

    But others inside the American intelligence community say sloppy "tradecraft" -- the method of covert operations -- by the CIA is also to blame for the disruption of the vital spy networks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2manymustangs View Post
    "Espionage is a risky business," a U.S. official briefed on the developments told ABC News, confirming the loss of the unspecified number of spies over the last six months.

    "Many risks lead to wins, but some result in occasional setbacks," the official said.

    Robert Baer, a former senior CIA officer who worked against Hezbollah while stationed in Beirut in the 1980's, said Hezbollah typically executes individuals suspected of or caught spying.

    "If they were genuine spies, spying against Hezbollah, I don't think we'll ever see them again," he said. "These guys are very, very vicious and unforgiving."

    Other current and former officials said the discovery of the two U.S. spy rings occurred separately, but amounted to a setback of significant proportions in efforts to track the activities of the Iranian nuclear program and the intentions of Hezbollah against Israel.

    "Remember, this group was responsible for killing more Americans than any other terrorist group before 9/11," said a U.S. official. Attacks on the U.S. embassy and Marine barracks in Beirut in 1983 killed more than 300 people, including almost 260 Americans.

    The U.S. official, speaking for the record but without attribution, gave grudging credit to the efforts of Iran and Hezbollah to detect and expose U.S. and Israeli espionage.

    "Collecting sensitive information on adversaries who are aggressively trying to uncover spies in their midst will always be fraught with risk," said the U.S. official briefed on the spy ring bust.

    But others inside the American intelligence community say sloppy "tradecraft" -- the method of covert operations -- by the CIA is also to blame for the disruption of the vital spy networks.


    Of course he will, just as soon as he gets off his kness in front of them.
    "Pot had helped, and booze; maybe a little blow when you could afford it. Not smack, though" President Barack Obama.

    Liberals just chose to ignore relevant information about the world they live in, and then call themselves sophisticated for having chosen to be more stupid than God made them.

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    Don't you think anyone who spys for America and Israel in an Arab or Persian nation is not too bright ? Death sentence is appropriate as a deterrent if nothing else..

    Just so you know, America executed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for spying and giving atomic secrets to the Soviets..


    Blaming Obama for this is silly ...Maybe fire Panetta. If anything he was in charge of the CIA when this was going on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    Don't you think anyone who spys for America and Israel in an Arab or Persian nation is not too bright ? Death sentence is appropriate as a deterrent if nothing else..

    Just so you know, America executed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for spying and giving atomic secrets to the Soviets..


    Blaming Obama for this is silly ...Maybe fire Panetta. If anything he was in charge of the CIA when this was going on.
    Blame??? Who is blaming anyone for anything???

    I don't know why I waste my time talking to such a flaming Obama supporter... AND a troll on top of that...

    I'm under NO illusions about how our CIA works OR how the OTHER sides work... In face I may know a little more about it than you think...

    I was just posing the question of how he will posture himself when he meets the ehkamadickniahihad...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    Don't you think anyone who spys for America and Israel in an Arab or Persian nation is not too bright ?
    So you are saying American CIA agents are dumb?

    Pretty apauling, but you take your saftey and freedom you have for granted anyways so it's not suprising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    So you are saying American CIA agents are dumb?

    Pretty apauling, but you take your saftey and freedom you have for granted anyways so it's not suprising.


    Yes, and I doubt they were actually American citizens.....probably dumb locals enticed by our big bags of cash.

    BTW my safety has nothing to do with spies in Lebanon..... Americans would be a lot safer if our nation was not meddling over there in the first place....

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    Yes, and I doubt they were actually American citizens.....probably dumb locals enticed by our big bags of cash.

    BTW my safety has nothing to do with spies in Lebanon..... Americans would be a lot safer if our nation was not meddling over there in the first place....
    That was the general attitude of John Q Public about Japan/Germany in WWI and WWII... Much to the detriment of our men/women in Pearl Harbor... AND to a lesser degree our citizens that were blown up while cruising to/from England... And the Frenchies... And the Belgians... And the Hungarians... And the Ruskies... Oh, and there was that little matter of the Jews all over Europa...


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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    Soviets..


    Blaming Obama for this is silly ...Maybe fire Panetta. If anything he was in charge of the CIA when this was going on.
    ZOOM That went right over your head didn't.
    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    Yes, and I doubt they were actually American citizens.....probably dumb locals enticed by our big bags of cash.

    BTW my safety has nothing to do with spies in Lebanon..... Americans would be a lot safer if our nation was not meddling over there in the first place....
    Stick your head in the sand. You be perfectly safe. If you can't see the bombs headed for your ass, then the bomba can't see you.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    ZOOM That went right over your head didn't.

    Stick your head in the sand. You be perfectly safe. If you can't see the bombs headed for your ass, then the bomba can't see you.

    So you two are trying to equate aggressive huge powerful industrial and military German and Japanese expansionist empires with little Iran???? Iran has not expanded anywhere and does not state that as their goal......That's OK, I know that fearfully believing the sky is falling and Armageddon is near are fun fantasies for some people around here .....

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    No dumbshit. The idea that you seem to think that ANYBODY is blaming ANY of this on you precious messiah. Thats what ZOOMED right over your head. That was never mentioned nor implied.
    The point of this thread is that the numb nutz in the oval office keeps bowing to these POS shit terrorist camel jockies. The POTUS bows to nobody, with the possible exception of the Pope.
    Not Kings, not Queens, not elected officials and certainly not terrorists.

    You used to be a little sharper and faster than this zombie. Not by much, but a little. This drug induced brain dead retirement isn't working for you. Try some mind teasers and mental excercises. Like adding 2 and 2.



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    Default m guessing you havent heard the latest IAEA reports???

    Ill give this one to you in HUFFINGTON STYLE since you seem to enjoy the liberal slant...


    The focus is on a structure believed to be housing a large metal chamber at a military site that a Nov. 8 International Atomic Energy Agency report described as being used for nuclear-related explosives testing.

    The official with the most precise information said satellite imagery of the site, at Parchin, southwest of Tehran, shows increased activity, including an unusual number of vehicles arriving and leaving. He described the movements, recorded Nov. 4-5, as unusual and said his country views it as evidence that Iran is trying to "clean" the area of traces of weapons-related work

    "Freight trucks, special haulage vehicles and cranes were seen entering and leaving ... (and) some equipment and dangerous materials were removed from the site," said a summary he provided to the AP.

    Counterparts from two other countries agreed there had been more activity than usual at the site around that date but could not conclude that pointed to an attempted cover-up by the Iranians.

    The IAEA was alerted to the suspicions late last week, and a senior diplomat familiar with the issue said the agency was closely monitoring all suspect sites mentioned in the agency's report. He, like the officials, asked for anonymity because his information was confidential
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2manymustangs View Post
    Ill give this one to you in HUFFINGTON STYLE since you seem to enjoy the liberal slant...


    The focus is on a structure believed to be housing a large metal chamber at a military site that a Nov. 8 International Atomic Energy Agency report described as being used for nuclear-related explosives testing.

    The official with the most precise information said satellite imagery of the site, at Parchin, southwest of Tehran, shows increased activity, including an unusual number of vehicles arriving and leaving. He described the movements, recorded Nov. 4-5, as unusual and said his country views it as evidence that Iran is trying to "clean" the area of traces of weapons-related work

    "Freight trucks, special haulage vehicles and cranes were seen entering and leaving ... (and) some equipment and dangerous materials were removed from the site," said a summary he provided to the AP.

    Counterparts from two other countries agreed there had been more activity than usual at the site around that date but could not conclude that pointed to an attempted cover-up by the Iranians.

    The IAEA was alerted to the suspicions late last week, and a senior diplomat familiar with the issue said the agency was closely monitoring all suspect sites mentioned in the agency's report. He, like the officials, asked for anonymity because his information was confidential
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    Suspected Iran Nuclear Site Reportedly Increasingly Active



    No proof of anthing! Besides aren't they entilted to develop a nuke if they want? Pakis have one, India has one, Israel has one, etc. etc. Isn't there something to be said for a nuke armed world being a polite world! Why should they not have one ? ( BTW, Save your breath, I can hear the hysterical screaming now ).

    Mainly this sounds suspiciously like made up assumptions like those used to justify attacking Iraq....Sorry, but we have been lied to before. Why believe anyone with a war agenda now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    No proof of anthing! Besides aren't they entilted to develop a nuke if they want? Pakis have one, India has one, Israel has one, etc. etc. Isn't there something to be said for a nuke armed world being a polite world! Why should they not have one ? ( BTW, Save your breath, I can here the hysterical screaming now ).

    Mainly this sounds suspiciously like made up assumptions like those used to justify attacking Iraq....Sorry, but we have been lied to before. Why believe anyone with a war agenda now?
    MAD only works with parties who do NOT wish sacrifice the world in the name of allah....
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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    Don't you think anyone who spys for America and Israel in an Arab or Persian nation is not too bright ? Death sentence is appropriate as a deterrent if nothing else..

    Just so you know, America executed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for spying and giving atomic secrets to the Soviets..


    Blaming Obama for this is silly ...Maybe fire Panetta. If anything he was in charge of the CIA when this was going on.
    Blame? No blame...I give credit where credit is due. I give bo credit for fooling all the crazy muzzies into believing we are a country full of weak kneed pacifists who lack the ability to stand together long enough to identify and neutralize a threat to our very way of life.

    And it's not like they have some kind of hidden agenda.....They don't seem to have an issue with stand up, in your face bluntness that is nothing but scary to those who have the ability to recognize a legitimate threat when they see it and understand there is only one way to deal with it.

    Iran is little more than a pos third world country guided by religious fanatics...for all intents, harmless...until they have a nuk weapon.
    The day that happens the dynamics of the entire planet will change. Iran swinging the big stick has the potential to start the war that ends all wars.....That is their goal....a world of muzzies and only muzzies....

    So no....i do not blame bo or any of our past leaders for intentionally guiding us to this point in history.....shiat happens.

    I give bo credit for allowing this great country and the rest of the free world to be put in this position. We need serious leadership,
    something that limp dick wannabe has no concept of.
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